- Pastor Bill Teague
- Kay Brown, Ministries Coordinator
- Barb Chase, Youth Director
- Holly Waterson, Director of Music Ministries
- Marcos Ortega, Worship Leader
- Sally Schulze, Administrator
|Bill was called to LPC in 2008. Prior to coming to Langhorne, Bill was pastor in Beaver, PA, for ten years and has served churches in California, Oregon and Michigan.His undergraduate degree is from the University of California and he earned his Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA.
Bill and his wife Becky are the parents of three grown children.
Bill’s greatest joys in ministry are preaching and teaching, worship leadership and connecting with the people of the congregation.
Bill Teague’s lpc e-pistle – news and notes from Pastor Bill. Take a look and join the conversation!
|Kay Brown joined the church staff in July of 2001. With a passion for volunteering at LPC, feeling called to serve as Ministries Coordinator was a true blessing. “I am excited to share the many wonderful ministry opportunities to serve the Lord at Langhorne Presbyterian Church.”|
|Barb Chase, a wife and mother of four grown children, has an energy and passion for youth, young adults, parents, and leaders. You may have trouble keeping track of her, but you can be sure to see traces of her heart and ministry here at LPC. “I look forward to providing multiple opportunities to meet with youth, young adults, parents, and leaders to discern and discover all that a relationship with Jesus Christ can be.”|
|Holly Waterson has served as Director of Music Ministries at LPC for over 15 years. She conducts children’s, youth, bell and adult choirs with amazing energy and enthusiasm. Holly is always eager to talk more about the music ministry and will be happy to help members find just the right place where they can join in “making a joyful noise to the Lord!”return to staff list|
|Marcos is a graduate of San Diego Christian College and now a student of Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. As a worship leader, Marcos says, “I realize that worship transcends music and becomes a lifestyle. I understand that this is a trendy thing to say right now, but it’s how I truly feel. If we relegate worship to a single service once a week we will find our lives sorely lacking in our relationship with Christ. This is because we have been created to worship! Our lives are to be sacrificed to God daily (Romans 12:1) and this cannot happen if we worship only once a week.”Marcos and his wife Erin live in Wayne and welcomed their first child in January 2011.|
|Sara (Sally) Schulze came to this church in August 2004 with a heart for serving in the local church and community. She loves to get to know new people and enjoys the varied responsibilities in her administrative role.|